A video of a typical Pakistani dad is making rounds on the internet and it is hilarious.
The renowned strategic analyst of Pakistan, Zafar Nawaz Jaspal, was live on Al Jazeera TV, giving his analysis on Chinese investment in Pakistan when he had to deal with an unprecedented situation.
While Jaspal was replying to the questions asked by the TV anchor, he noticed what seemed to be his son standing behind him.
He subtly tried to signal the boy to stay away by moving his arm but to no heed. The boy came close to Mr. Jaspal, looking into the camera.
To keep the boy away, the man did what people are calling ‘Pakistan’s answer to BBC Dad’, referring to the same conundrum an American political analyst came across while live on BBC.
His live session was gatecrashed by his children and wife.
— Fintan Monaghan (@fintanmAJE) November 23, 2018
Zafar Nawaz Jaspal is the former head of department at School of Politics and International Relations, Quaid-e-Azam University and currently serving as an Associate Professor there.